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Chamonix on Mont Blanc, comprises six incredible resorts and is world renowned for extreme skiing. This bustling global village is packed full of thrill seekers, eager to push themselves to the limit on the endless steeps, deeps, cliffs and glaciers. Surprisingly, Chamonix also has more than enough to keep intermediates busy and get beginners on their feet. And even if you’re not skiing or boarding, the views here are to die for.

Beginner 13%
Intermediate 35%
Advanced 52%
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Courchevel is one of the world’s most glamourous ski resorts. Comprising four separate villages: Courchevel, Courchevel Moriond, Courchevel Village and Courchevel Le Praz, here you’ll find prestigious 6-star palace hotels and 5-star hotels, restaurants run by Michellin-starred chefs and even a casino. Yet staying in Courchevel doesn’t need to cost you the earth. This breathtakingly beautiful resort also has smaller ore affordable hotels and apartments to suit a wider range of needs.

Beginner 20%
Intermediate 36%
Advanced 44%
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Méribel in the French Alps is a purpose designed ski village that’s built within the tradition of Savoyard style. Quaint chalets in wood, stone and slate, cute shops, authentic markets selling local delicacies, as well as fabulous restaurants and vibrant bars make this a resort that appeals to families, couples and groups alike. Méribel has a massive ski area surrounding the main village with several satellite villages to explore.

Beginner 15%
Intermediate 43%
Advanced 42%
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Paris is one of the most popular cities in world, often referred to as the “City of Love” or “City of Light”, the streets of Paris overflow with history, culture, art and beauty. Home to historical monuments such as Notre Dame, the Eiffel tower (320m), Bastille, Louvre and many more. Much of the city was re-designed by Haussmann in the 19th century. Between casual strolls along the Seine and stops to enjoy the many cultural offerings, make sure you indulge in some of the city's most delicious cuisine... Paris food and drink has an international reputation for excellence. The city home to some of the world’s leading culinary schools and capital of gastronomy with a vibrant cafe scene, sumptuous street food, and fresh food markets.

Val D'Isere

Val d’Isere is a charming, truly European resort perched high up in the picturesque Tarentaise Valley. A fabulous ski area, a modern lift system, a vibrant après scene and loads of accommodation make this a favourite destination for families, couples and groups alike. The central village of Val d’Isere is compact, pedestrian friendly and filled with welcoming locals and happy tourists making the most of the sensational snow and soaking up the atmosphere.

Beginner 10%
Intermediate 58%
Advanced 32%
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Val Thorens

Val Thorens, at 2,300 metres above sea level, is the highest ski area in Europe and as part of the Trois Vallées ski area, which includes Meribel and Courchevel, it has the largest lift network in the world. This purpose built resort is recognised as a ‘Famille Plus’ resort, which is your guarantee that there is plenty of activity for children and the staff know how to treat them well. There’s also a great deal to do for adults, with shops, restaurants, bars and the La Folie Douce après club on the slopes. Val Thorens has spectacular views – from the top of Maurienne and the Thorens tram you’ll see the summits of France, Switzerland and Italy.

Beginner 25%
Intermediate 60%
Advanced 15%
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